[xmonad] Logout, Shutdown, Restart.
oneself at gmail.com
Mon Jan 23 17:21:58 CET 2012
This problem seems to have been fixed by using GDM instead of SLiM
On Mon, Jan 2, 2012 at 11:13, Eyal Erez <oneself at gmail.com> wrote:
> I'm using xmonad 0.10 with Ubuntu 11.10. I've switched to using SLiM and
> starting xmonad from my .xsession file.
> Before switching to using .xsession to start xmonad, I used it in
> conjunction with Gnome, and starting it from .gnomerc. This was slow, and
> did not enable me to use the latest version of xmonad. However, it had the
> side benefit of being able to logout gracefully and being able to
> shutdown/restart directly from within the session without needing to put in
> a sudo or root password.
> What I mean by "graceful logout" is that applications that are currently
> running do not think that the machine died unexpectedly. The most prominent
> example of that is Firefox and Chrome. If they are running while I hit
> M-S-q (which runs: "io (exitWith ExitSuccess)"), next time I log in they
> show me the "I crashed last time, do you want to restore?" message.
> Currently to shut down my machine, I need to log out, and then
> shutdown/restart using the login manager, which is annoying. Both this and
> logout used to work from gnome-do's session management commands. Which I'm
> guessing is intertwined with Gnome, that I am no longer using.
> What is the best way to logout, shutdown, and restart from with xmonad?
> Eyal Erez <oneself at gmail.com>
> There are 10 types of people, those who know binary and those who don't.
Eyal Erez <oneself at gmail.com>
There are 10 types of people, those who know binary and those who don't.
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